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The Saskatchewan Association of Black Social Workers (hereinafter SABSW)

is a local independent body from the Saskatchewan Association of Social Worker , but the two have a collaborative working relationship. Florence K Mudzongo founded the SABSW on December 7, 2022. Akin to the concerns raised by Black Social workers in other Canadian provinces, the SABSW was created out of the concern of Black social workers and students in the province of Saskatchewan including practicing in isolation, working in hostile conditions, and enormous institutional barriers to professional advancement. Other concerns that led to the formation of SABSW are the current and future of social work profession and education curriculum and how it serves and affect the Black communities in Saskatchewan. 

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We aim at the emancipation, decolonization of our practice, and finding Black solutions to Black problems.

Our values and principles are represented by the following African (Adinkra) symbols which have significant historical and philosophical meanings.



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